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Thompson Hotels Offers Free Night for Amex Cardholders
Thompson Hotels is a small but beloved brand with some interesting properties. (I am not a fan because I had a slew of bad experiences at the Thompson Toronto.) Amex and Thompson have a special promotion exclusively for Amex cardholders to receive a free night on select bookings. You’ll Receive a complimentary fourth night when you book and pay three consecutive nights with any American Express Card. You can find all the details and booking info at the official promo page.
I didn’t notice any Thompson Hotels not included on the promo page, so if you have a favorite this is a good way to get 25% off of your stay.
- This offer applies to stays booked at participating hotels from now until March 31, 2019. Travel must be completed by 3/31.
- Book through the promo page or by calling and make sure you enter promo code DPSUMO
- Pay with any Amex card
There’s a significant amount of overlap between this program and Hotel bookings. I did notice that Amex has been running these offers for brands that have been acquired by Hyatt. Although not exclusively as they did the same for Peninsula Hotels and Preferred Hotels and Resorts. You can pay with ANY American Express card per the terms. See if you are targeted for the 100K welcome offer.
This seems like a good deal and yet another awesome perk bestowed upon Amex cardholders. Outside their official travel site, Amex sometimes partners with hotels and airlines to offer benefits like this Emirates flight discount offered until the end of the year.
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